New Pianoroll Editor: uniform cutoff-time advance of notes in a selection range?
I just downloaded MuseScoreNightly-201811202009-master-487dd5f-x86_64.AppImage and I've been playing with it - I like the new pianoroll editor UI look. One thing I've been asking for since whenever is to make it possible to change the operation of the "length" input so that it advances the cutoff of the note - or ALL notes within a selection - by a fixed-time amount, expressed e.g. as a fraction of a beat, so as to introduce a uniform spacing between successive notes. As it is, one needs to tediously modify each note individually, changing the length from 1000 to e.g. 900 for a quarter, 800 for an eighth, 967 for a dotted half, etc. so as to express the (fixed) cutoff advance (here 1/10 of a quarter) in terms of the full duration of each note. The uniform cutoff advance is useful to give a realistic effect of tonguing for wind instruments, as opposed to the current default which is equivalent to slurring successive notes. Is there a reason why this was not included in the new PR editor UI?